All natural. Oregon Hazelnuts. Calcium, vitamin D & riboflavin. Easy open cap. No pull tab! Better Together: There's something decadent about the flavor of roasted hazelnuts that only gets better with rich chocolate and real cocoa. From our backyard to your kitchen, this creamy beverage makes an indulgent dairy-free treat. Make it Your Own: By the glass; In smoothies; In coffee. What's Inside: Excellent source of calcium, vitamin D and riboflavin; Vitamins A & E; Lactose and cholesterol free; Vegan; Soy free; Gluten free. Did You Know? Oregon's been growing hazelnuts since French settlers - who called them filberts - brought them over on the Oregon Trail in the late 1800s. Today the state grows 99% of domestic hazelnuts. Scan for recipes! Good Starts Here: When nature provides such delicious ingredients to work with, the key is to keep it simple: Ingredients from farmers and suppliers who share our high standards of quality. Tracking every ingredient to ensure food safety and traceability. Certified to the source - Since 1997. Sourcing as close to home as possible. Sustainable agricultural and manufacturing practices that minimize our impact on the earth. We're working with The Wetlands Conservancy to nurture wetland habitat right along our property where deer, river otter, mallards and geese make their homes. Call us at (503) 692-9666 Monday - Friday, 8 am - 5 pm (PST). pacificfoods.com. Twitter: at pacificfoods. facebook.com/pacificinaturalfoods. Recyclable only where facilities exist. Visit recyclecartons.com to see if recyclable in your area. Non GMO Project verified. nongmoproject.org. Tetra Pak: Protect what's good. Product of USA.
32 fl oz (1 qt) 946 ml x 12
8 fl oz
4 per pack
Give it a good shake for full flavor. Refrigerate after opening and use within 7-10 days.
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